Hotel Sugar Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with Yami and Anna at the beach playing in the waves, basking in the rays and discussing the differences between men and women's shopping (funny how this topic is oh so similar no matter where you are!). We bought some fresh street ceviche from a man who speared it last night and served it straight from his cooler. We also enjoyed a bucket of cervasas from Yami's friend who owns the restaurant so it was special delivered to us straight at the beach. On the walk home we passed an ...
... beetle I've ever seen in my life- it was literally the size of my fist, heard monkeys, and passed a lot of cows and horses. It was so pretty, definitely my favorite day in Hojancha so far.
In other news we have a volunteer with us so I've been "working" this weekend. Yesterday we took her to her host family's house and then she came with us to this big fiesta in Santa Cruz. It's like ...
... Cordobas into CR Colons (not a joke, they actually named their national currency the colon) from one of the dodgy money changers. Boardered a bus to Liberia. Then, after an hour and half wait in Liberia we got a bus to Tamarindo, finally arriving in Tamarindo at about 6. Pretty tiring to be honest. Then we did something that has become something of a novelty on this trip - socialise intentionally with other people. We met ...
... some of them do make it back into the wild!
Horseback riding on the beach was another wonderful adventure. As some of you may already know I love horses! Bridgette's Horse Rentals is fantastic! They match you up according to your ability and pretty much let you do what you want. My horse Sol loved to run so run we did. Jim's horse enjoyed walking which was perfect for him. Our guide was really cool! I won't mention for two days my inner thighs ...
... here like most of Costa Rica is safe to drink), and closer to
Manuel’s house we could get an albeit tentative wi-fi signal. Manuel made us feel most welcome so much so
that we have been here 5 days and will find it hard to move on especially as
we’re not sure where to go next bearing in mind the upcoming holiday rush with
Christmas and New Year just around the corner. We probably will not stay here
over Christmas however as Manuel is expecting up ...